Saying your favorite author is Cormac McCarthy is the lit equivalent of saying your favorite director is Tarantino.

Saying your favorite author is Cormac McCarthy is the lit equivalent of saying your favorite director is Tarantino. Corny, juvenile, and will get you laughed out of any serious circles.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    And Pynchon is the equally, if not more, embarrasing David Lynch equivalent btw.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lynch is much more respectable than Tarantino

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        They are both equally respectable with similar flaws.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Both are juvenile but not without merit.

          post stick arms

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Go have another silly thread where you and your loser internet friends pretend Blood Meridian is high literature.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're here too anon

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Stop being butthurt

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Both are juvenile but not without merit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Doesteyevsky is the literary equivalent of your favorite band being Joy Division or New Order.

      You all need to grow up.

      Wtf
      My favorite authors are McCarthy, Pynchon, and Dostoevsky.
      My favorite directors are Tarantino and Lynch
      And my favorite band is Joy Division.

      What does this mean?

      • 1 month ago
        Cult of Passion

        It means youre the chosen one.

        Never take the pills and never lose faith!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Id say pynchon feels more Tarantino than McCarthy is

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Iffy. Pynchud and noparentino are trash.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Doesteyevsky is the literary equivalent of your favorite band being Joy Division or New Order.

    You all need to grow up.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      New Order is the greatest band of all time

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Wow, you do sound just like the Doestevskygays. OP might be onto something here.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The blackbyrds are better, and immortal, and boris

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What's a "serious circle", a bunch of gays?
      I haven't read McCarthy

      I've never heard of either of those.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Joy Division is awesome gayboy

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >You shouldn't enjoy something because it's popular.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I like Tarantino and you can't stop me.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >be popular and one of the greatest American writers
    >some skinnyfat demolishes you on a dying imageboard website
    sad

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Dying? Traffic on IQfy increases every single year, compared to 2022 its been like a 30% increase and I reckon, its going to keep going up.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Every other board is slow as breasts now even r9k I unironically blame the racebaiters
        Also as for thread topic what’s hilarious is now that we’ve given up mostly collectively on the idea of popular = bad, where honestly prefacing your assertion with an acknowledgement of the assumed likely circumstances of one who picks such a well known director as their favorite, will actually be a novel claim and would actually interest the listeners far more than listing some nyc gay no one will ever hear of. I get it makes people think that you haven’t watched enough but that’s their problem they need to deal with. Shouldn’t affect the person making the claim whatsoever

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Maybe some things are popular because they're good?

          >You shouldn't enjoy something because it's popular.

          It's not about the fact that they're popular. There are great art which is popular, and great artists who are popular. These in particular happen to be popular, but are also and more pertinently fairly childish- a phase many have, meant to be grown out of in late adolescence.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Tarantino would be a sensible choice for personal favorite film director (distinct from a more objective best) for somebody who was introduced to serious film through him and still regards some of his stronger aspects such as character building through minor dialogue, flexible act structure, and musical implementation as a helpful guide for contemporary film work. Would be that is if not for the weird racial masochism and other perversions which mark his work and which are absent from a more talented artist like McCarthy.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >and musical implementation
      His use of music is corny and basic

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Kurosawa shits all over him in every respect, I'll forever die on this hill shouting that Kurosawa is the greatest director I simply stopped caring about film after watching him, wim wenders is a closer comparison who shits all over Tarantino

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      tarantino should be regarded as a favorite considering how he was able to make his way into the industry and become arguably the top name

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You guys sound like you simply don't enjoy life or have fun
    I bet you got mad reading Don Quixote and thought it was a waste of your time

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I like Bernard Cornwell the best and he's pure popcorn entertainment tier.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      That's not fair; he's Aubrey/Maturin novels tier. I'm thinking of the Sharpe's series exclusively, however-- from Rifles to Waterloo.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Am I the only leftist on IQfy who lowkey likes David Lynch Thomas Pynchon James Joyce Don DeLillo Cormac McCarthy and David Foster Wallace?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      nope - congrats on being a bigbrain non-schizo

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Congratulations your on the same wavelength as the academia of the last 100 years

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Most people like them. Some just really love them or else get annoyed at the fanboys that really love them. Among these, the only one that’s special to me is McCarthy and only Blood Meridian, which is just factually a unique and special novel imo. The rest of his catalogue is not great imo and nothing about the others is all that incredible to me. Even though I can appreciate the remarkable nature of Blood Meridian, I don’t like it when people pretend McCarthy was the is incredible novelist. He wasn’t. This isn’t a Melville situation where Moby Dick is great and the rest are just pretty good but not great. The rest of McCarthy is pretty much bad imo and I think he’s a pseud per his essays and interviews, which is not an impression I get from Melville.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You are stupid.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Very articulate and well-thought out reply, McCarthy fanboy.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You are just stupid.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        What other McCarthy have you read? McCarthy's overall body of work is far more consistent and generally better than Melville's who was very hit or miss outside his short stories and Moby Dick.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The Road, Suttre, All the Pretty Horses for sure. I think one or two other things that I really can’t even recall. I also read that famous Kukele essay. Nothing he ever wrote was even as good as Bartleby and that Kukele essay was such pseud bullshit I actually said “what the frick” out loud after I finished reading it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            That's really only your subjective opinion. As easily you label anyone who likes these books to be a fanboys, so could we label you singularly moronic for believing them to be bad. At the end of the day, books like Suttree, The Crossing, even the late duology are acclaimed but not popular just as Bartelby, Pierre, Confidence man and Clarel are (Mccarthy's are probably better liked, if anything). He still has The Road, Atph and Ncfom which are future classics (or pretty much a classic already in The Road's case) and have mainstream appeal. So Your estimation is really just your opinion as both serious and casual readers have taken a liking to his work outside of Blood meridian (which isn't even his most popular work), and I deem it moronic, by any objective metric that can be possibly applied. Melville isn't remembered for anything else but one book and even in his lifetime he was only remembered for two different ones (the only bad ones in his oeuvre, or atleast the least literary ones). It's not the same and statistically you being a singular fanboy for Melville is probably closer to the truth.

            I won't even get into The Kekule problem. I doubt you understood shit about it and blurb tier understanding of essays is the last thing that I need today.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >That's really only your subjective opinion
            Wow, that's really enlightening.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You behave like you know better than others when you know jackshit.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Blood meridian is way better than Moby Dick so what the frick are you even talking about, butthurt melvillecuck.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I hate a lot of authors and I hate a lot of IQfy posters. But the author I hate the most is Delillo, and the same for Delillo-posters. It's not even close. I've never felt like somebody pulled a prank on me for recommending a book before White Noise.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    > the tranime poster is a pseud
    Shocking

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    oh no not the literary circles!

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Clearly a IQfy meetup

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      is that dylan on the far right?

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Saying that your favorite director is Tarantino will not get you laughed at in serious circles. Since you were wrong about that I'll presume you are wrong about McCarthy too.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

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    As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty (2000, Mekas)
    Offret (1986, Tarkovsky)
    Onions Cuba (1964, Kalatozov)
    Heimat: Eine Deutsche Chronik (1984, Reitz)
    Céline et Julie vont em bateau (1974, Rivette)
    Out1 (1971, Rivette)
    他人の顔 (1966, Teshigahara)
    Un Homme qui Dort (1974, Queysanne)
    Vredens dag (1943, Dreyer)
    書を捨てよ町へ出よう (1971, Terayama)
    Portrait d'une jeune fille de la fin des années 60 à Bruxelles (1994, Akerman)
    Le fond de l’air est rouge (1977, Marker)
    Le feu Follet (1963, Malle)
    No Quarto de Vanda (2000, Costa)
    Rekopis znaleziony w Saragossie (1965, Has)
    Baron Prášil (1962, Zeman)
    Amator (1979, Kieslowski)
    Mamma Roma (1962, Pasolini)
    The Beaver Trilogy (2000, Harris)
    Der siebente Kontinent (1989, Haneke)
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    Little Fugitive (1953, Ashley)
    豚と軍艦 (1961, Imamura)
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    പിന്തുണ (1967)
    Ménilmontant (1926, Kirsanoff)
    Nostos - Il ritorno (1989, Piavoli)
    Ordet (1955, Dreyer)
    Oдинoкий гoлoc чeлoвeкa (1987, Sokurov)
    Mūsų nedaug (1996, Bartas)
    Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975, Akerman)
    Stroszek (1977, Herzog)
    砂の女 (1964, Teshigahara)
    À nous la liberté (1931, Clair)
    Francesco, giullare di Dio (1950, Rossellini)
    I bambini ci guardano (1944, De Sica)
    I Was Born, But... (1932, Ozu)
    La Jetée (1962, Marker)
    Les Enfants du paradis (1945, Carné)
    Sciuscià (1946, De Sica)
    The Crowd (1928, Vidor)
    The Human Condition II: Road to Eternity (1959, Kobayashi)
    Umberto D. (1952, De Sica)
    Partie de Campagne (1936, Renoir)
    Macbeth (1971, Polanski)
    Cкaзкa cкaзoк (1979, Hopштéйн)
    浮草 (1959, 小津)
    Le Trou (1960, Becker)
    El Sol del Membrillo (1992, Erice)
    Yearning (1964, Naruse)
    Simón del Desierto (1965, Buñuel)
    Harlan County, USA (1976, Kopple)
    Lola Montès (1955, Ophüls)
    Cidade de Deus (2002, Meirelles)
    Il Posto (1961, Olmi)
    Bocхoждeниe (1977, Шeпiтькo)
    Gun Crazy (1950, Lewis)
    Гaмлeт (1964, Кóзинцeв)
    I Married a Witch (1942, Clair)
    Memorias del Subdesarrollo (1968, Gutiérrez Alea)
    Muerte de un Ciclista (1955, Bardem)
    Лeтят жypaвли (1957, Кaлaтóзoв)
    Orfeu Black (1959, Camus)
    Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988, Davies)
    近松物語 (1954, 溝口)
    El Sur (1983, Erice)
    জলসাঘর (1958, রায়)
    KIller of Sheep (1978, Burnett)
    Orlac’s Hände (1925, Wiene)
    The Cameraman (Sedgwick, 1928)
    乱 (1985, Kurosawa)
    Que Viva México! (1932, Eisenstein)
    Elephant (2003, Van Sant)
    哀しみのベラドンナ (1973, Yamamoto)
    Der Student von Prag (1913, Ewers)
    Sleeping Beauty (2011, Leigh)
    Le Genou de Claire (1970, Rohmer)

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/3DlUxnQ.jpg

      L'Atalante (Vigo, 1934)
      Tokyo Story (Ozu, 1953)
      They Live by Night (N Ray, 1949)
      Bob le flambeur (Melville, 1955)
      Mouchette (Bresson, 1967)
      Broken Blossoms (Griffith, 1919)
      Il Posto (1961, Olmi)
      Rome, Open City (Rossellini, 1945)
      Sunrise (Murnau, 1927)
      霸王別姬 (1993, Kaige)
      Csak egy kislány van a világon (1930, Bela)
      Die Mörder sind unter uns (1946, Staudte)
      Dedictví aneb Kurvahosigutntag (1992, Chytilová)
      Perličky na dně (1966, Menzel)
      日本の夜と霧 (1960, Oshima)
      Black Narcissus (1947, Powell/Pressburger)
      Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964, Rocha)
      Il Deserto Rosso (1964, Antonioni)
      Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959, Resnais)
      El Espíritu de la Colmena (1973, Erice)
      Un lugar en el mundo (1992, Aristarain)
      Hukkunud Alpinisti' hotell (1979, Kromanov)
      Popiół i Diament (1958, Wajda)
      Symbiopsychotaxiplasm (1968, Greaves)
      Le Révélateur (1968, Garrel)
      東京流れ者 (1966, 清順)
      Love Streams (1984, Cassavetes)
      La Battaglia di Algeri (1966, Pontecorvo)
      Sanatorium pod klepsydrą (1973, Has)
      Na srebrnym globie (1988, Żuławski)
      Sedmikrásky (1966, Chytilová)
      Faces (1968, Cassavetes)
      A idade da Terra (1980, Rocha)
      이어도 (1977, Ki-young)
      裸の島 (1960, Shindo)
      Пиcьмa мёpтвoгo чeлoвeкa (1986, Lopushansky)
      Quatre nuits d'un rêveur (1971, Bresson)
      Werckmeister harmóniák (2000, Tarr)
      愛の亡霊 (1978, Oshima)
      Touki Bouki (1973, Mambéty)
      Possession (1981, Żuławski)
      Vtáčkovia, siroty a blázni (1969, Jakubisko)
      Sans Soleil (Marker, 1983)
      Greed (Stroheim, 1924)
      悲情城市 (侯孝賢, 1989)
      Daybreak Express (Pennebaker, 1953)
      Чeлoвeк c кинoaппapaтoм (Bepтoв, 1929)
      Napoléon (Gance, 1927)
      Limite (Peixoto, 1931)
      おとし穴 (勅使河原宏, 1962)
      La Promesse (Dardenne, 1996)
      Anna (1951, Lattuada)
      Faust (1926, Murnau)
      田園に死す (1974, Terayama)
      Žvėris, kylantis iš jūros (1992, Žalakevičius)
      Paris, Texas (1984, Wenders)
      Meek's Cutoff (2010, Reichardt)
      Black Moon (1975, Malle)
      News From Home (1977, Akerman)
      The Man Without a Map (1968)
      Vale Abraão (1993, Oliveira)
      Aэлитa (1924, Protazanov)
      Great Green Valley (1967, Kokochashvili)
      Katzelmacher (1969, Fassbinder)
      L'Age d'Or (1930, Buñuel)
      Große Freiheit Nr. 7 (1944, Käutner)
      Turksib (1929, Turin)
      Berg-Ejvind och hans hustru (1918, Sjöström)
      Shamans of the Blind Country (1980, Oppitz)
      Kaïrat (1992, Omirbajev)
      Antigone (1992, Huillet & Straub)
      A Georgian Chronicle of the 19th Century (1979, Rekhviashvili)
      Tri (1965, Petrović)
      Lyana (1955, Barnet)
      Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas (1977, Moctezuma)
      Կոմիտաս (Ասկարյան, 1988)
      ボクサ(寺山修司, 1977)
      Al primo soffio di vento (Piavoli, 2002)
      వాల్మీకి (దుంగన్, 1945)
      Игpoк (Бaтaлoв, 1972)
      Galini (Markopoulos, 1958)
      香雪海 (費, 1934)
      O Desafio (Saraceni, 1966)
      ምርት ሦስት ሺህ ዓመት (ገሪማ, 1976)
      Ko puca otvorice mu se (Babac, 1965)

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    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/3DlUxnQ.jpg

      L'Atalante (Vigo, 1934)
      Tokyo Story (Ozu, 1953)
      They Live by Night (N Ray, 1949)
      Bob le flambeur (Melville, 1955)
      Mouchette (Bresson, 1967)
      Broken Blossoms (Griffith, 1919)
      Il Posto (1961, Olmi)
      Rome, Open City (Rossellini, 1945)
      Sunrise (Murnau, 1927)
      霸王別姬 (1993, Kaige)
      Csak egy kislány van a világon (1930, Bela)
      Die Mörder sind unter uns (1946, Staudte)
      Dedictví aneb Kurvahosigutntag (1992, Chytilová)
      Perličky na dně (1966, Menzel)
      日本の夜と霧 (1960, Oshima)
      Black Narcissus (1947, Powell/Pressburger)
      Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964, Rocha)
      Il Deserto Rosso (1964, Antonioni)
      Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959, Resnais)
      El Espíritu de la Colmena (1973, Erice)
      Un lugar en el mundo (1992, Aristarain)
      Hukkunud Alpinisti' hotell (1979, Kromanov)
      Popiół i Diament (1958, Wajda)
      Symbiopsychotaxiplasm (1968, Greaves)
      Le Révélateur (1968, Garrel)
      東京流れ者 (1966, 清順)
      Love Streams (1984, Cassavetes)
      La Battaglia di Algeri (1966, Pontecorvo)
      Sanatorium pod klepsydrą (1973, Has)
      Na srebrnym globie (1988, Żuławski)
      Sedmikrásky (1966, Chytilová)
      Faces (1968, Cassavetes)
      A idade da Terra (1980, Rocha)
      이어도 (1977, Ki-young)
      裸の島 (1960, Shindo)
      Пиcьмa мёpтвoгo чeлoвeкa (1986, Lopushansky)
      Quatre nuits d'un rêveur (1971, Bresson)
      Werckmeister harmóniák (2000, Tarr)
      愛の亡霊 (1978, Oshima)
      Touki Bouki (1973, Mambéty)
      Possession (1981, Żuławski)
      Vtáčkovia, siroty a blázni (1969, Jakubisko)
      Sans Soleil (Marker, 1983)
      Greed (Stroheim, 1924)
      悲情城市 (侯孝賢, 1989)
      Daybreak Express (Pennebaker, 1953)
      Чeлoвeк c кинoaппapaтoм (Bepтoв, 1929)
      Napoléon (Gance, 1927)
      Limite (Peixoto, 1931)
      おとし穴 (勅使河原宏, 1962)
      La Promesse (Dardenne, 1996)
      Anna (1951, Lattuada)
      Faust (1926, Murnau)
      田園に死す (1974, Terayama)
      Žvėris, kylantis iš jūros (1992, Žalakevičius)
      Paris, Texas (1984, Wenders)
      Meek's Cutoff (2010, Reichardt)
      Black Moon (1975, Malle)
      News From Home (1977, Akerman)
      The Man Without a Map (1968)
      Vale Abraão (1993, Oliveira)
      Aэлитa (1924, Protazanov)
      Great Green Valley (1967, Kokochashvili)
      Katzelmacher (1969, Fassbinder)
      L'Age d'Or (1930, Buñuel)
      Große Freiheit Nr. 7 (1944, Käutner)
      Turksib (1929, Turin)
      Berg-Ejvind och hans hustru (1918, Sjöström)
      Shamans of the Blind Country (1980, Oppitz)
      Kaïrat (1992, Omirbajev)
      Antigone (1992, Huillet & Straub)
      A Georgian Chronicle of the 19th Century (1979, Rekhviashvili)
      Tri (1965, Petrović)
      Lyana (1955, Barnet)
      Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas (1977, Moctezuma)
      Կոմիտաս (Ասկարյան, 1988)
      ボクサ(寺山修司, 1977)
      Al primo soffio di vento (Piavoli, 2002)
      వాల్మీకి (దుంగన్, 1945)
      Игpoк (Бaтaлoв, 1972)
      Galini (Markopoulos, 1958)
      香雪海 (費, 1934)
      O Desafio (Saraceni, 1966)
      ምርት ሦስት ሺህ ዓመት (ገሪማ, 1976)
      Ko puca otvorice mu se (Babac, 1965)

      no arrow, ergo you say that and look like that

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    L'Atalante (Vigo, 1934)
    Tokyo Story (Ozu, 1953)
    They Live by Night (N Ray, 1949)
    Bob le flambeur (Melville, 1955)
    Mouchette (Bresson, 1967)
    Broken Blossoms (Griffith, 1919)
    Il Posto (1961, Olmi)
    Rome, Open City (Rossellini, 1945)
    Sunrise (Murnau, 1927)
    霸王別姬 (1993, Kaige)
    Csak egy kislány van a világon (1930, Bela)
    Die Mörder sind unter uns (1946, Staudte)
    Dedictví aneb Kurvahosigutntag (1992, Chytilová)
    Perličky na dně (1966, Menzel)
    日本の夜と霧 (1960, Oshima)
    Black Narcissus (1947, Powell/Pressburger)
    Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964, Rocha)
    Il Deserto Rosso (1964, Antonioni)
    Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959, Resnais)
    El Espíritu de la Colmena (1973, Erice)
    Un lugar en el mundo (1992, Aristarain)
    Hukkunud Alpinisti' hotell (1979, Kromanov)
    Popiół i Diament (1958, Wajda)
    Symbiopsychotaxiplasm (1968, Greaves)
    Le Révélateur (1968, Garrel)
    東京流れ者 (1966, 清順)
    Love Streams (1984, Cassavetes)
    La Battaglia di Algeri (1966, Pontecorvo)
    Sanatorium pod klepsydrą (1973, Has)
    Na srebrnym globie (1988, Żuławski)
    Sedmikrásky (1966, Chytilová)
    Faces (1968, Cassavetes)
    A idade da Terra (1980, Rocha)
    이어도 (1977, Ki-young)
    裸の島 (1960, Shindo)
    Пиcьмa мёpтвoгo чeлoвeкa (1986, Lopushansky)
    Quatre nuits d'un rêveur (1971, Bresson)
    Werckmeister harmóniák (2000, Tarr)
    愛の亡霊 (1978, Oshima)
    Touki Bouki (1973, Mambéty)
    Possession (1981, Żuławski)
    Vtáčkovia, siroty a blázni (1969, Jakubisko)
    Sans Soleil (Marker, 1983)
    Greed (Stroheim, 1924)
    悲情城市 (侯孝賢, 1989)
    Daybreak Express (Pennebaker, 1953)
    Чeлoвeк c кинoaппapaтoм (Bepтoв, 1929)
    Napoléon (Gance, 1927)
    Limite (Peixoto, 1931)
    おとし穴 (勅使河原宏, 1962)
    La Promesse (Dardenne, 1996)
    Anna (1951, Lattuada)
    Faust (1926, Murnau)
    田園に死す (1974, Terayama)
    Žvėris, kylantis iš jūros (1992, Žalakevičius)
    Paris, Texas (1984, Wenders)
    Meek's Cutoff (2010, Reichardt)
    Black Moon (1975, Malle)
    News From Home (1977, Akerman)
    The Man Without a Map (1968)
    Vale Abraão (1993, Oliveira)
    Aэлитa (1924, Protazanov)
    Great Green Valley (1967, Kokochashvili)
    Katzelmacher (1969, Fassbinder)
    L'Age d'Or (1930, Buñuel)
    Große Freiheit Nr. 7 (1944, Käutner)
    Turksib (1929, Turin)
    Berg-Ejvind och hans hustru (1918, Sjöström)
    Shamans of the Blind Country (1980, Oppitz)
    Kaïrat (1992, Omirbajev)
    Antigone (1992, Huillet & Straub)
    A Georgian Chronicle of the 19th Century (1979, Rekhviashvili)
    Tri (1965, Petrović)
    Lyana (1955, Barnet)
    Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas (1977, Moctezuma)
    Կոմիտաս (Ասկարյան, 1988)
    ボクサ(寺山修司, 1977)
    Al primo soffio di vento (Piavoli, 2002)
    వాల్మీకి (దుంగన్, 1945)
    Игpoк (Бaтaлoв, 1972)
    Galini (Markopoulos, 1958)
    香雪海 (費, 1934)
    O Desafio (Saraceni, 1966)
    ምርት ሦስት ሺህ ዓመት (ገሪማ, 1976)
    Ko puca otvorice mu se (Babac, 1965)

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What are these "serious circles"?

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    *Jizzes knowing you are a rape victim*

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    who's the equivalent of Terrence Malick??
    thinking Kierkegaard.
    k good.
    >wtf my favourite author is Kierkgaard now

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Suttree is really good. Not my favorite author by any means but if some one told me he was theirs, I would just be happy they read and enjoy literature.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >how to say you hate an author without saying it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Simply saying you hate an author provides no real foundation for conversation, although I will do it when there is nothing else to say:

      I hate a lot of authors and I hate a lot of IQfy posters. But the author I hate the most is Delillo, and the same for Delillo-posters. It's not even close. I've never felt like somebody pulled a prank on me for recommending a book before White Noise.

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >you like a good author who has gained popularity?? Hahaha what a pleb
    >me i only like this guy you never heard of
    >hes so much better
    >give an example of his work? No bro im not gonna spoon feed you

    OP is a gay and hipster

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Maybe some things are popular because they're good?

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    My favorite authors are Willa Cather, Flannery O'Connor, Kazuo Ishiguro, Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, William Faulkner, and Robert Penn Warren. what does that say about me?

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